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Ludlow – 12 week old male Jack Russell Terrier Cross

Ludlow is a very sweet little chap who came unsold from his breeder. He is a quiet little chap who is being well socialised in his foster home with cats, dogs, birds and children. Obviously being a pup he will pee, poop, chew your furniture and most probably your fingers as this is what pups do. Please consider fully that you can commit possibly the next 15 years to him before applying. He looks very cute now but he needs commitment for the rest of his life.

His house training is a work in progress as is his lead training just as you would expect from a pup. He is a little sweetie who with time, patience and training will grow into a well behaved social Pet. Ludlow will need new owners who are around for most of the day and who will train him correctly and with kindness. As he is so you he should be fine to be homed with cats and other dogs. Older sensible children please.

Ludlow had been vaccinated, micro chipped and had his flea and worming treatment. He will need to neutered at the correct age as part of the adoption agreement (reduced cost neutering is available at our vets). He is currently on foster in Guildford Surrey.

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Mcoy – 14 week old male Jack Russell Terrier cross Spaniel

Mcoy is a very sweet little chap who came unsold from his breeder. He is a quiet little chap who is being well socialised in his foster home with cats, dogs, birds and children. Obviously being a pup he will pee, poop, chew your furniture and most probably your fingers as this is what pups do. Please consider fully that you can commit possibly the next 15 years to him before applying. He looks very cute now but he needs commitment for the rest of his life.

His house training is a work in progress as is his lead training just as you would expect from a pup. He is a little sweetie who with time, patience and training will grow into a well behaved social Pet. Mcoy will need new owners who are around for most of the day and who will train him correctly and with kindness. As he is so you he should be fine to be homed with cats and other dogs. Older sensible children please.

Mcoy has been vaccinated, micro chipped and had his flea and worming treatment. He will need to neutered at the correct age as part of the adoption agreement (reduced cost neutering is available at our vets). He is currently on foster in Guildford Surrey.

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Leonardo and Johnny – 4 week old male Jack Russell Terrier cross Dachshunds

Meet Leonardo and Johnny are 4 week old male Jack Russell Terrier cross Dachshunds. Mother was Rescued 5 weeks Pregnant from a puppy farm in dreadful condition. They was born in rescue. All Puppies are doing great they are all very healthy & learning lots & already love playtime.

These puppies are only 4 weeks old, We will spend the coming weeks assessing their needs & personalities so that when they are ready to go we can match them up with the right forever home. Puppies are vaccinated micro-chipped, flea & wormed prior to being re-homed. They must be neutered by the adopting family. We will require a vet reference as proof of neutering if a dog was too young to be neutered at the time of adoption.

If you would like to apply to adopt one of these puppies please complete the form available on our website. Adoptions are subject to homecheck & suitability assessment. Adoption fee applies.
Please do not apply if you live in a flat, work full time or have children under the age of 8.

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Angelina and Scarlett – 4 week old female Jack Russell Terrier cross Dachshunds

Meet Angelina and Scarlett are 4 week old female Jack Russell cross Dachshunds. Mother was Rescued 5 weeks Pregnant from a puppy farm in dreadful condition. They was born in rescue. All Puppies are doing great they are all very healthy & learning lots & already love playtime.

These puppies are only 4 weeks old, We will spend the coming weeks assessing their needs & personalities so that when they are ready to go we can match them up with the right forever home.

Puppies are vaccinated micro-chipped, flea & wormed prior to being re-homed. They must be neutered by the adopting family. We will require a vet reference as proof of neutering if a dog was too young to be neutered at the time of adoption.

If you would like to apply to adopt one of these puppies please complete the form available on our website. Adoptions are subject to homecheck & suitability assessment. Adoption fee applies.
Please do not apply if you live in a flat, work full time or have children under the age of 8.

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Brad George and Arnold – 4 week old male Jack Russell Terrier cross Dachshunds

Meet Brad George and Arnold are 4 week old male Jack Russell cross Dachshund. Mother was Rescued 5 weeks Pregnant from a puppy farm in dreadful condition. They was born in rescue. All Puppies are doing great they are all very healthy & learning lots & already love playtime.

These puppies are only 4 weeks old. We will spend the coming weeks assessing their needs & personalities so that when they are ready to go we can match them up with the right forever home. Puppies are vaccinated micro-chipped, flea & wormed prior to being re-homed. They must be neutered by the adopting family. We will require a vet reference as proof of neutering if a dog was too young to be neutered at the time of adoption.

If you would like to apply to adopt one of these puppies please complete the form available on our website. Adoptions are subject to homecheck & suitability assessment. Adoption fee applies.
Please do not apply if you live in a flat, work full time or have children under the age of 8.

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Mikey – 5 year old male Jack Russell Terrier Cross

Mikey is a 5 year old Jack Russell Terrier cross who has come to us after being found as a stray. Mikey is a sweet boy who can be nervous around strangers but is very friendly and affectionate once he gets to know you. Mikey is house trained and knows some basic commands. He will make a loyal companion to someone who is prepared to give him some training.

Mikey is good with dogs when out and about, but will need to be the only dog in the home. He can’t live with cats. Mikey can live with children of 14+. We would ideally like to rehome Mikey in a semi-rural/rural area.

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Scruff – 4 year old male Parson Terrier cross Jack Russell Terrier

This is the lovely Scruff. Scruff is a 4 year old long legged Parson Terrier cross Jack Russell Terrier. Scruff came to us after his owner is no longer able to care for him. Scruff loves his walks, and his cuddles. He is a little bewildered at the moment after losing his home, so we would like to find Scruff his new family as soon as possible.

Scruff is a lovely boy, he is fine with other dogs, travels well in the car, he does pull a little at first on the lead but soon settles, he would walk better on a harness. Scruff is unable to live with cats. Scruff would love a fairly active home, with someone around fair bit of the time, and if children, children over 12 please as Scruff has never lived with children. Scruff is castrated, chipped and has had his first vaccination.

Can you offer this lovely boy his forever home ?

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Zeus – 9 month old male Chihuahua cross Jack Russell Terrier

Zeus is a small 9 month old boy who could probably be Jack Russell Terrier cross with a Chihuahua. He was originally found collapsed on the streets as a puppy when rescuers scooped him up they realised he only had three legs, we can only assume he had been born that way. Zeus was adopted in the UK independently from Safe Rescue but when the home didn’t work out we were asked to help to find him a new home. He has now been with his current fosterers since January 21st and is making excellent progress. Being still a baby and with the willful make up of his DNA. Zeus does need an adopter who will continue his training.

Zeus is an enthusiastic little chap who tries hard to please but doesn’t always understand what is expected of him. With training in his foster home he is learning fast. He plays well with the other dog in the home but does need reminding at times that the puppy nipping of his past is not accepted as he matures. He is a little bit much for the cat at the moment and would be better to find a home without them as treating them like a chew toy is proving much too hard to resist right now and frankly the cat’s not impressed!!

As with all our three legged friends there is no reason why Zeus cannot enjoy walks like any other dog but he needs to start with shorter walks and build up. My own three legged dog could only manage twenty minutes when I first got him but these days can run full pelt around the woods for two hours! Zeus is house trained and has many delightful characteristics but he has had to fight for survival in his past and can be a little food and toy possessive. This can be easily remedied and he will begin work on this whilst he is in our care.

This baby has done so well just to survive. He deserves a wonderful future. Anyone experienced with Jack Russell Terriers / Chihuahuas or similar will understand him perfectly well. Yes his manners are a little rough around the edges but he can and will learn in the right hands and he will be worth the effort.

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Jack – 3 year old male Staffordshire Bull Terrier cross Jack Russell Terrier

Jack is an extremely loving and excitable boy! He is always full energy so would be best suited to an active home. He would make a lovely family pet but would ideally like to be rehomed with children aged 10 or above due to his playful nature. Jack does get on with other dogs but is very full on so would need to be rehomed with a tolerant dog. He loves nothing more than a good play!

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Missy – 6 month old female Jack Russell Terrier Cross

Hello, my name is Missy. I’m a six month old female Jack Russell Terrier crossbreed. I arrived at The Mayhew after being found abandoned on the streets of London. I’m an active and playful girl and I also have a sensitive side. I love going to park where I enjoy running around and playing with other dogs. Unfortunately I’ve not been properly socialised in the past and as a result I can be nervous of strangers and in new situations.

I’ll bark at people I don’t know but it doesn’t take long for me to make friends with people who are calm and gentle with me. I’m now starting to learn the basic commands but I still have lots to learn so I’ll need a home with someone with plenty of time on their hands to continue my training. I’m very affectionate and I enjoy snuggling up with my carers for love and attention and I always enjoy a good neck and ear massage!

I’m now looking for a forever home with a person or family who have owned dogs before and have researched my breed type. I can live with sensible teenagers and I can live with another dog providing they can cope with my lively nature. I wouldn’t be suitable to live with cats. It’s not yet known how long I cope being left alone for so I’m currently looking for a home where there is somebody around for most of the day. My new owners will be expected to continue my training and socialisation take me to training classes and provide me with a minimum of one hour of active off-lead exercise every day.

If you’re interested in adopting me you will need to be fully prepared for the hard work and long-term commitment involved in caring for a dog, you’ll be taking on a fifteen year commitment, which must not be taken lightly.

I hope to see you soon,

Missy

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Billy – 8-9 year old male Jack Russell Terrier Cross

Billy is an 8-9 year old male Jack Russell Terrier Cross. Lovely little Billy came to us as his owner is terminally ill. Billy is a sweet natured boy, he is very loving and wants nothing more than to curl up with you and have a cuddle! Billy also loves his toys very much! He has never lived with children, he is friendly but as he is not used to them we think he would benefit from a quieter home with adults only and perhaps just visiting kids.

Billy is good with other dogs, however as he is a bit jealous around food he would probably be best as the only pet. Billy would be ideal for a a retired couple. He enjoys company and would like his new home to be around for most of the day. He has been through a stressful time lately and he can’t wait to find a new mum and dad!

Billy will make a fantastic, loving companion.

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Casper – 2 year male Chihuahua cross Jack Russell Terrier

Meet Casper, a live wire Chihuahua cross Jack Russell Terrier who is 2-years old, being fostered in RCT, South Wales. Casper is a fearful, nervous boy who loves to cuddle on your lap and give kisses. He has had a lot of upheaval, which has resulted in separation anxiety. He is just aching to love and be part of a loving family. He is a sweet small dog. He has a comical bunny hop way of managing steps and outside doorways – he puts his front paws down on the step then skips his back legs sideways down the step or over the doorway.

Once, Casper is confident that his forever family are not going to leave him he will be a wonderful forever friend – which will make him a happy contented little dog. This is not going to happen overnight, however, so his new family will need experience of handling dogs with separation anxiety. Casper was very unsettled when he first arrived in foster. He is improving daily but still has quite a way to go. His foster family are working on leaving the room without him and making sure that he goes out regularly for toileting. At first he needed to be picked up and put outside but now he goes out with the other dogs in the house when the door is opened and he is asked to go out. He doesn’t yet indicate that he needs to go – so there have been a few accidents.

He is adjusting quickly to the new routine though. When he first arrived in foster he did snap at his foster parents out of fear rather than aggression. He will need time to learn to trust his new owners. He doesn’t like sudden movements or being picked up without warning. He is fearful of people entering and leaving the room.
Casper isn’t car sick – he has travelled in a crate – he was nervous but OK. He was afraid and snappy at being touched initially but with regular touching, checking his teeth and ears he is getting used to the idea that nothing bad is going to happen. Casper doesn’t like sudden movements and likes contact on his own terms. You have to coax him to come to you if you want something but despite this his favourite place is either lying close to you or snuggling up on your lap.

Casper is very small so any small gaps in the garden will need to be plugged. He sleeps in a crate at night next to his foster mum’s bed because of the separation anxiety issues. He is happy to do this and sleeps through the night with no problems. He cannot be left on his own at present – this is being worked on but will need patience, love and reassurance. He has not been tested with cats but is fine with his foster family’s dogs – 2 females and a male. Casper likes to socialise with them. He is a little nervous if they get too boisterous with each other so likes to sit on the back of the sofa out of the way. He can get in other dog’s faces a little too much so new doggie siblings will need to be calm and non reactive.

Casper will need a loving, patient home with a family who understands separation anxiety. He is a nervous lad who needs reassurance from a family who will take on board all the advice we can give. He would be best rehomed in a family without children. He has met young children without showing aggression but was clearly uncomfortable with all the noise and running around. A calm, well-adjusted doggie companion would be ideal for Casper. He is not a high energy dog so an older or retired couple would be very suitable. Casper needs a home where his humans are at home most of the day. Casper is neutered, up to date with his flea and worming treatment, micro-chipped and has started his course of vaccinations. Prospective adopters will be expected to travel to meet him in his foster home in South Wales

If you are interested in adopting Casper please read about our rehoming process and complete a Pre-Adoption form ( link here ) and one of our adoption coordinators will contact you for a chat.

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